The Kansas Supreme Court is under extreme time pressure to rule on Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor’s request to have his name removed from the November ballot, which must be printed Thursday and sent to overseas voters Saturday.
The Kansas Supreme Court is under extreme time pressure to rule on Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor’s request to have his name removed from the November ballot, which must be printed Thursday and sent to overseas voters Saturday. Thad Allton The Associated Press
The Kansas Supreme Court is under extreme time pressure to rule on Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor’s request to have his name removed from the November ballot, which must be printed Thursday and sent to overseas voters Saturday. Thad Allton The Associated Press

Kansas Supreme Court hears Chad Taylor’s request to remove himself from U.S. Senate ballot

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